Who to call to stop AT&T from harassing me.
For the past couple of months I've started watching/streaming heavily on my phone. So obviously my data usage increases exponentially. So now AT&T keeps on harassing me either with text, or letter accusing me of tethering. yes accusing me of tethering, and in fact they say "record shows that I am tethering." Which I don't.
Is there a number that I can call (besides the number they asked you to call) to make this stop? Where can I call to complain about this? It's ridiculous especially because 1.) I'm not tethering. I'm in the office, in front of a computer 40 hours a week, why the heck would I need to tether. 2.) I have an unlimited data plan.
Thanks in advance.
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Re: Who to call to stop AT&T from harassing me.
That being said, even though you may not be tethering there is a strong chance you are going to get throttled if you fall into the top couple percent of data users. Either way you need to talk to someone and if it were me my first call would be to customer service.Android is all about Personal Choice: Droid RAZR HD, Droid DNA, SGSIII, SG Note 2, HTC One X+, Galaxy Nexus, Nexus4... Hating is so Apple... we're better than that!
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